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Country, die to save our, 298.

down, pride that puts the, 406.
essential service to his, 290.
for the good of my, 305.
God made the, 417.
good news from a far, 828.
he sighed for his, 515.
hated him and loved my, 555.
his first best, is at home, 394.
I love thee still, my, 418.
I tremble for my, 136.
in another, 245.
left for country's good, 45.
man dear to all the, 396.
messes, herbs and other, 248.
my bleeding, save, 513.
my, is the world, C05.
my, 't is of thee, 619.
nothing but our, 530).
one constitution, one, 531.
our, however bounded, 038.
our, is the world, 605, 700.
our, right or wrong, 675.
our whole country, our, 530.
save in his own, 839.
the undiscovered, 136.
to be cherished and defended, 638.
undone his, 298.
wakes, sung ballads at, 274.
who serves his, best, 339.
with all her faults she is

my,

413. Country's cause, his, 336.

earth, that pleasant, 82.
ends thou aim'st at be thy, 100.
good, no glory but his, 571.
pride, peasantry their, 396.

sishes blessed, 389. Countryman who looked for his ass, 792. Countrymen, all mankind my, 605.

applauses of his, 537.
friends Romans. 113.
hearts of his, 445.
Romans, and lovers, 113.

what a fall was there my, 114. County Guy the hour is nigh, 494. Courage and compassion, 299.

gods look with favour on, 747.
mounteth with occasion, 78.
never to submit, 223.
screw your, to the sticking-place, 118.
stout will be put out, 26.

whistling to bear his, up, 354.
Courageous captain of complements, 106.
Couriers of the air, 118.
Course, her silent, adv ce, 237.

I have finished my, 818,
impediments in fancy's, 74.
I inust stand the, 148.
icy current and compulsive, 155.
nature's second, 120.
of empire, westward the, 312.
of human events, in the, 431.
of justice, in the, 65.
of love, my whole, 150.
of nature is the art of God, 310.
of one revolving moon, 208.
of true love, 57.
planets in their, 456.

Course, time rolls his ceaseless, 491.

westward the, of empire, 312.

whose, is run, 387.
Courses even with the sun, 178.

like ships that steer their, 211.
stars in their, 811.

steer their, 211. Coursed down his innocent nose, 67. Court an amorous looking-glass, to, 95.

love rules the, 157.

when Arthur tirst in, 406. Courts, a day in thy, 821.

of the nation, other, 213. Courted by all the winds, 242.

in your girls again, 106. Courteous, the retort, 72.

though coy, 44. Courtesies, unwearied spirit in doing, 64 Courtesy, always time for, 603.

in the heart of, 34.
mirror of all, 98.

very pink of, 107.
Courtier, heel of the, 143.
Courtier's scholar's eye, 136.
Courtsied when you have, 4.2.
Coute, le premier pas que, 801.
Covenant with death, 834.
Coventry, march through, 86.

waited for the train at, 626. Cover my head now, 581.

to our bones, which serves as, 82.
Covert yield, try what the, 315.
Covet honour, siu to, 92.
Covetous, sordid fellow, 352.

when Brutus grow so, 114.
Covetousness, cause of, 41.
Cow comes home, kiss till the, 197.

very good in the field, 371. Coward conscience, 97.

flattery to name a, 463.
greatest, in the world, 730.
on instinct, I was a, 85.
scoundrel and a, 370.
sneaks to death, 671.
stands aside, while the, 657.
that would not dare, 489.

thou slave thou wretch thou, 79. Cowards, conscience makes, 136.

die many times, 112.
do not count in, 699.
guilty consciences make, 691.
mannish, many other, 66.
may fear to die, 26.
mock the patriot's fate, 681.
plague of all, 8.

what can ennoble, 319.
Cowslips wan, 248.
Cowslip's bell, in a, I lie, 43.
Coxcombs vanquish Berkeley, 380.
Coy and hard to please, 190.

courteous though, 414.

submission, yielded, 232. Cozenage, strange, 276. Crabbed age and youth, 163.

not harsh and, 245. Crab-tree and old iron rang, 211. Crack of doom, stretch out to the, 123.

the voice of melody, 635.

INDEX.

Crack, would hear the mighty, 300.

your cheeks, blow winds, 146. Crackling of thorns, as the, 830. Cradle and the grave, 358.

changed in the, 790.
little one's, in my, 657.
of American liberty, 534.
of reposing age, 328.
of the deep, 676.
our, stands in the grave,

182.
procreant, 117.
Cradles rock us nearer to the tomb, 309.
Cradled into poetry by wrong, 566.
Craft, gentle, 856.

of will, 163

so long to lerne. 6.
Craftiness, wise in their own, 816.
Crag of Drachenfels, 143.
Crammed, as they on earth were, 468.

with distressful bread, 92.

with observation, 68.
Crams and blasphemes his feeder, 246.
Cranks and wanton wiles, 248.
Cranny, every, but the right, 424.
Crannying wind, save to the, 643.
Crape, saint in, 320.
Cras amet qui nunquam amavit, 306.
Crave, my mind forbids to, 22.

no pelf, I, 109
Craving on credulity, 607.

minds are not ever, 444.
Crawling on my startled hopes, 296.
Cream and mantle, 60.
Create a soul under ribs of death, 245.
Created equal, all men, 434.

half to rise and half to fall, 317.

suddenly, no great thing, 743,
Creating, of nature's own, 358.
Creation, amid nature's gay, 355.

bodiless, 141.
by right of an earlier, 590.
from every scene of the, 457.
from heat-oppressed brain, 119.
hangman of, 413.
hints for the, 768.
lords of the, 118.
nature's gay, 355.
of some heart, sweet, 546.
ploughshare o’er, 309.
since the world's, 169.
sleeps, 306.
tire of all, 638.

you may be of the king's, 282.
Creations, God acts his own, 643.
Creation's blank creation's blot, 672.

dawn beheld, such as, 547.

heir the world, 34.
Creator drew his spirit, his great, 270.

endowed by their, 431.
glory of the, 169.

remember now thy, 831.
reator's praise arise, let the, 302.
reature comforts, our, 283.
drink pretty, drink, 472.
every, lives in a state of war, 290.
every, shall be purified, 41.
good wine is a good familiar, 152.
heaven-eyed, 486.

Creature is at his dirty work again, 327.

misgivings of a, 478.
not too bright or good, 474.
of circumstances, 608.
small beer, 89.
smarts so little as a fool, 327.
was stirring, not a, 527.
what more felicitie can fall to, 30.

why should every, drink but I, 200.
Creatures bace, heavenly spirits to, 28.

God made all the, 617.
heaven hides from all, 315.
man is an inconstant, 730.
millions of spiritual, 234.
of men, circumstances are the, 608.
of the element, 244.
rational, 227.
these delicate, 154.

you dissect, 323.
Creatures' lives but of a day, 736.

lives, human, 585.
Crebillon, romances of, 387.
Credit, blest paper, 322.

corpse of public, 531.
his own lie, 42.

private, is wealth, 689.
Creditor, glory of a, 46.
Credulity, ye who listen with, 367.
Credulities to nature, dear, 486.
Creed, an Athanasian, Col.

argument to thy neighbour's, 598.
Calvinistic, 30).
of slaves, necessity is the, 453.
put your, into your deed, 600.
sapping a solemn, 54.

suckled in a, outworn, 476.
Creeds agree, ask if our, 520.

keys of all the, 632.

than in half the, 633.
Creep, children learn to, 15.

in one dull line, ten low words, 324.
into his study of imagination, 53.
kind will, 14.

wit that can, 328.
Creeps in this petty pace, 125.
Creepeth o'er ruins old, 652.
Creeping hours of time, 68.

like snail to school, 69.

where no life is seen, 052.
Crept upon our talk, 115.
Crest, joy brightens his, 239.

repentance rears her snaky, 355.
Crested fortune, 424.
Cretan against Cretan, 725.
Cretur. on sech a blessed, 659.
Crew, Comus and his midnight, 383.
Crib, ass knoweth his master'

's,

832.
Cribbed confined, 122.
Cricket on the hearth, 250.
Crickets, merry as, 771.
Cried razors up and down, 132.
Crier of green sauce, 771.

that proclaims the conqueror, 733.
Cries, hear their, 804.
Crime, blanch without the owner's, 483

called virtue, fortunate, 715.
forgive the, 164.
it is worse than a, 805.

Crime, madden to, 519.

more than a, 805.
numbers sanctified the, 425.
of being a young man, 370.

want exasperates into, 639.
Crimes, all his, broad blown, 139.

done in my days of nature, 131.
history is the register of, 430, 801.
in the name of liberty, 804.
may reach the dignity of, 437.
one virtue and a thousand, 551.

undivulged, 147.
Criminal, a, fool not to fly, 733.

is acquitted, when the, 710.
Crimson in thy lips, 109.

wing, conquest's, 383.
Crisis doth portend, what mortal, 212.
Crispian, feast of, 92.

rouse him at the name of, 92.
Cristes lore and his apostles, 2.
Critic, attribute of a good, 661.

each day a, on the last, 325.
Critics, admiration from most fastidious,

591.
before you trust in, 53).
gallery, 419.
like brushers of clothes, 171.
men who have failed, 505, 609.
not even, criticise, 420.

you know who the, are, C09.
Critic's eye, not view me with, 459.

part, too nicely knew the, 390.
Critical, easier to be, than correct, 607.

nothing if not, 151.
Criticise, not even critics, 420.
Criticising elves, 412.
Criticism, caut of, 378.

with every wind of, 375.
Croak, his ill-betiding, 319.
Crocodile, tears of the, 38, 192.
Cromwell, Charles the First had his, 429.

damned to fame, 319.
guiltless of his country's blood, 385.

if thou fallest, 0, 100.
Crony, trusty drouthy, 451.
Crook, by hook or, 15.

the pregnant hinges of the knee, 137.
Crooked lane, straight down the, 584.
Crops the flowery food, 315.
Cross, last at his, 676.

leads generations on, the, 566.
nailed on the bitter, 82.

she wore a sparkling, 325.
Crosses, fret thy soul with, 30.

relics crucifixes, 215.
Crossed in love, an oyster may be, 442.

with adversity, a man I am, 44.
Crotchets in thy head, 45.
Crow like chanticleer, 69.

might be supposed a, 423.

that flies in heaven's air, 162.
Crows, swans seem whiter when by, 781.

wars of kites or, 255.
Crowbar, tire of all creation for a, 638.
Crowche, to fawne, to, 30.
Crowd, far from the manding, 385.

midst the, the hum, 511.
not feel the, 120.

Crowd, not on my soul, unborn ages, 383

of common men, 209.
of jollity, I live in the, 368.
we met 't was in a, 551.

who foremost, 331.
Crowds without company,

431.
Crowded hour of glorious life, 493.
Crowing of the cock, 127.
Crown, better than his, 64.

chance may, me, 116.
emperor without his, 307.
fruitless, upon my head, 121.
head that wears a, 89.
his breeches cost him but a, 152, 406
immortal, 359.
likeness of a kingly, 228.
Luke's iron, 395.
not the king's, 47.
of glory, hoary head is a, 826.
of his head, from the, 51, 198.
of life, receive the, 848.
of snow, singer with the, 461.
of sorrow, a sorrow's, 626.
ourselves with rosebuds, 836.

sweet to wear a, 94.
Crowns a youth of labour, 396.

all, the end, 102.
to kicks, írom, 559.

twenty mortal murders on their, 1:22
Crown's

disguise, through a, 391.
Crowned with consolation, 157.
Crowner's quest law, 143.
Crowning good, 438.
Crow-toe, tufted, 247.
Crucifixes beads pictures, 215.
Crucify the soul of man, diseases, 188
Crude surfeit reigns, where no, 2+5.
Cruel as death, 356.

as the grave, jealousy is, 832.
death is always near, 687.
mercies of the wicked are, $25.

only to be kind, 141.
Cruelist she alive, you are the, 74.
Cruelly sweet, 654.
Crueltie and ambition of man, 27.
Cruelty to load a falling man, 101.
Crumbs from the table, 810.

picked up his, 393.
Crusaders, think they are, 635.
Cruse, little oil in a, 815.
Crush of worlds, 299.

the infamous thing, 801.
Crushed, odours, 455.

crushed to earth, truth, 573.
Crusoe, poor Robinson, 391.
Crust of bread and liberty, 328.

share her wretched, 657.

water and a, 574.
Crutch, shouldered his, 396.
Cry and no wool, all, 211.

bubbling, the, 557.
for being born, 170.
for gold, whose crying is
have a good, 581.
havoc and let slip the dogs, 113.
in bed we, 794.
is still they come, 125.
my eyes out, I shall, 787.

629.

Cry, no language but a, 632.

Curious, amazed and, 451. not when his father dies, 375.

child, I have seen a, 480. to Lockow, far, 857.

thirsty fly, 671. war is still the, 541.

time, 169. Crying, first voice I uttered was, 837. Curiosity, by way of, 353. give give, 829.

Curiously, consider too, 144, Crystal bounds, dances in his, 216 Curled Assyrian bull, 631. of his brow, 31.

darlings of our nation, 119, river, fair and, 180.

smoke that so gracefully, 518. Cuckoo buds of yellow hue, 56.

Curls, auburn locks ye golden, 636 mocks married men, 56.

Hyperiou's, 140. shall I call thee bird, 474.

shakes his ambrosial, 337. Cucumbers, as cold as, 197.

ye golden, 636. lodge in a garden of, 832.

Current and compulsive course, 155. sunbeams out of, 291.

of a woman's will, 670. Cud, chew the, and are silent, 410.

of domestic joy, 367. of bitter fancy, 71.

of the soul, the genial, 384. Cudgel know by the blow, 213.

't is the heart's, 636. thy brains no more about it, 113.

when it serves, take the, 115. Cuishes on his thighs, 86.

Currents turn awry, 136. Cultivate literature on oatmeal, we, 460. Curried, short horse soon, 12. Cultivation, gratitude the fruit of, 376. Curs mouth a bone, as, 412. Cummin, mint and anise and, 840.

of low degree, 400. Cumnor Hall, the walls of, 426.

Curse all his virtues, 298. Cunning as fast and loose, 55.

all men's, 710. hand, nature's sweet and, 74.

causeless shall not come, 828. in fence, 76.

concludes with Cupid's, 25. livery of hell, 18.

many a deadly, 419. point of, 166.

his better angel, 156. right hand forget her, 824.

of mankind, 102. sin cover itself, 02.

of marriage, 151. stagers, old, 213.

of service, 't is the, 149. unfold what plaited, hides, 146.

on all laws, 333. Cunningest pattern, 156.

primal eldest, 139. Cup and the lip, 190.

Curses are like young chickens, 606. dregs of fortune's, 341.

dark, rigged with, 217. inordinate, is unblessed, 152.

not loud but deep, 124. leave a kiss but in the, 179.

so, all Eve's daughters, 46. life's enchanted, 512.

Cursed be he that inoves my bones, 163. my, runneth over, 819.

be the verse, 327. of hot wine, 103.

man low sitting, 28. of still and serious thought, 471.

spite, 133. of water, little thing, 577.

the spot is, 472. runneth over, my, 819.

with every prayer, 321. the heart's current lends the, 636. Cursing like a very drab, 135. to the dead already, 641.

Curst by heaven's decree, 398. Cups, in their flowing, remembered, 92. hard reading, easy writing 's, 443.

Howing, pass swiftly round, 259. Curtailed of this fair proportion, 95.

that cheer but not inebriate, 420. Curtain, close up his eyes and draw the, Cupid and my Campaspe, 31. bolt of, feil, 58.

draw the, 74. giant dwarf, Dan, 55.

drew Priam's, 88. is painted blind, 57.

fall, Anarch lets the, 332. kills with arrows, 51.

let down the, 770. note which, strikes, 218.

the sleeping world, to, 568. young Adam, 105.

twilight's, spreading far, 582. Cupid's curse, concludes with, 25. Curtains, fringed, of thine eye, 43. Curdied by the frost, 103.

let fall the, 420. Cure, cheap and universal, 261.

Curule chair, Tully's, 391. desperate, for desperate disease, 775. Cushion and soft dean invite, 322. for life's worst ills, 591.

lay your golden, down, 677. is not worth the pain, 725.

Custom, a thing of, 122. kings can cause or, 367.

always of the afternoon, 132. on exercise depend for, 270.

followed because it is a custoin, 799 the dumps, college joke to, 290.

is second nature, 735. Cured, what can't be, 1:20, 773.

more honoured in the breach, 130. Curfew time, magic chains at, 245.

nature her, holds, 143, tolls the knell of parting day, 384 nothing is stronger than, 707.

9.

Custom of Branksome Hall, 487.

reconciles us to everything, 107.
should corrupt the world lest, 629.
stale her infinite variety, 157.
that monster, 141.
tyrant, 151, 784.

what is done against, 741. Customs and its businesses, 424. Customary suite of solemn black, 127. 'Customed hill, missed him on the, 386. Customers, sign brings, 797. Cut and come again, th.

beard of formal, 69.
him out in little stars, 107.
is the branch, 41.
loaf, to steal a shive of a, 104.
most unkindest, of all, 113.

take the short, 753.
Cutpurse of the empire, 140.
Cut-throat dog, 61.
Cycle and epicycle, 237.

of Cathay, 626.
Cyguet to this pale faint swan, 80.
Cymbal, tinkling, 815.
Cynıbrian plain, 27.
Cynic, a talent is too much for a, 732.

character of a, 746. Cynosure of neighbouring eyes, 248.

upon the sea obscure, 782. Cynthia fair regent of the night, 426.

of this minute, 321.

Ralph howls to, 331. Cypress and myrtle, land of the, 549. Cypress-trees bear no fruit, 734. Cytherea's breath, 77.

Dale, musk-rose of the, 248.

or piny mountain, 504.

under the hawthorn in the, 248. Dales and fields hills and valleys, 40. Dalliance, primrose path of, 129. Dallies like the old age, 13.

with the innocence of love, 75. Dally with wrong, 500. Dam, pretty chickens and their, 124.

the waters of the Nile, 596. Damask cheek, feed on her, 76. Dame of Ephesus, 295.

sulky sullen, 451. Dames, it gars me greet ah gentle, 451.

of ancient days, 345.
Damiata and Mount Casius, 228.
Damien's bed of steel, 335,
Damn me, abuses me to, 135.

with faint pratse, 327.

your precious soul, 772. Damnable deceitful woman, 280.

iteration, thou hast, 83. Damnation, distilled, 457.

of his taking off, 118.
round the land, deal, 334.
to suffer wet, 31.

within two fingers' breadth of, 758. Damned all silent and all, 468.

be him that first cries hold, 126.
better be, 431.
democrats, the, 559.
devil with devil, 227.
first, I 'll see thee, 464.
seen him, ere I would, 76.
spirit of health or goblin, 130.
spot, out I say, 124.
to everlasting fame, 319.
to fame, 331, 354.

use that word in hell, the, 108. Damning those they have no mind to

211. Damp sell round, when a, 485.

my intended wing, 238. Damsel lay deploring, a, 347.

with a dulcimer, 500. Dan Chaucer, well of English undefyled,

28.
Cupid regent of love rhymes, 53.

to Beersheba, from, 379, 814. Dance and jollity, 243.

and Provençal song, 575.
and wine, banquet song with, 562.
attendance, 101.
Gill shall, 199.
of snow, like a, 648.
on with the, 512.
their wayward round, 409.
the Pyrrhic, 567.
when you do, 78.

who have learned to, 324.
Dances, Congress of Vienna but, 803.

in his crystal bounds, 246.
in the wind, 274.
midnight, and the public show, 335

such a way, she, 256. Danced, laughed and, 676. Dancing days, past our, 105.

drinking-time, a merry, 272

Dab at an index, 403.
Dacian mother, there was their, 546.
Dad, called my brother's father, 78.
Demons, that there are, 700.
Duffed the world aside, 86.
Datfadills fair, we weep to see, 202.
Daffodils before the swallow, 77.
Dagger, air-drawn, 122.

I see before me, is this a, 119.
of the mind a false creation, 119.

smiles at the drawn, 299. Daggers, I will speak, to her, 139.

in men's smiles, there's, 120.

though it rain, 192. Daggers-drawing, been at, 213. Daily beauty in his life, 156.

life, lies before us in, 237. Daintie flowre or herbe, 28. Daintier sense, hath the, 143. Dainties bred in a book, 55.

might hurt their health, 398. Daintiest last to make the end most

sweet, 80.
Dainty plant is the ivy green, 652.
Daisie the eye of the day, 6.
Daisies, myriads of, 186.

pied, and violets blue, 56.
pied, meadows trim with, 248.

that men callen, in our toun, 6. Daisy protects the dewdrop, 486.

there's a, 142. Dale, haunted spring or, 251.

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